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| March 9, 2014
| March 7, 2014

Risky business: Harper government set to announce decision on Line 9 proposal

Photo: Enbridge Pipeline from Kalamazoo Spill by NTSB

Update: The National Energy Board has approved the Line 9 project.

Update: The Harper government (Federal Ministry of Finance) is currently robocalling Canadians to participate in a phone town hall on the budget today, currently verified happening in London Ontario. Not coincidentally, this will happen at the same time as the NEB proposal is announced. Activists suspected the federal government would run some kind distraction from the announcement, and this appears to be it. 

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Enbridge's Line 9 needs environmental assessment, please

Photo: Enbridge Pipeline from Kalamazoo Spill by NTSB
An open letter to the Ontario Liberal government urging for an environmental assessment of Enbridge's Line 9.

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